This episode Sarah Jane (@fookthis) takes a break from her Girl Gang’s #PJPajamaPartyMassacre and joins us to discuss a handful of Vinegar Syndrome releases including DOUBLE EXPOSURE, SWEET SUGAR, RED MOB, MALIBU HIGH, THE HEARSE & more! Josh Obershaw also returns with the news and we also make some time for The Back Room.
This week Brad, BJ and Sean cover the past 3 months of Vinegar Syndrome insanity! The following films are discussed (in no particular order): Witchtrap, Slaughterhouse, Blood Mania, Point Of Terror, Babyface, China Girl, Don’t Answer The Phone, Blue Money. Josh Obershaw also runs down some upcoming releases.
First up, a big, juicy, gore-filled CONGRATULATIONS to Sean, Brad, BJ, Josh, and the extended ScreamCast family for three years of liking movies for “what they are” and referencing a certain “The Burning” episode so often. I kid y’all but producing a timely show on the regular is no small feat, especially when varied geographic locations (and timezones…and drinking schedules) are taken into consideration. Really, you all rock and you’re doing great work for the horror community and physical media community at large; You’re keeping the conversation around genre cinema alive. Your shows stimulate folks around the world and fan fires across all the social media platforms. Don’t ever let that fire die.
Our sponsor, Vinegar Syndrome, has finalized their release slate for the third month of 2017, and you can pre-order it all directly from the label. The big title in the March lineup will be Kevin Tenney’s 1989 horror flick, WITCHTRAP, making it another Linnea Quigley gem that joins the Vinegar collection. The rest of […]
The ScreamCast returns with a vengeance! Our first show of 2017 brings in Brandon & James from Vinegar Syndrome to discuss their fantastic growth in 2016, as well as what we can expect for 2017. Josh Obershaw brings us Blu-ray Release News, and Brad & Sean spend some time going over the Vinegar Syndrome December package as well as their special Black Friday Limited Edition releases: The Undertaker, All The Sins Of Sodom and Jack Frost.
There are certain distribution companies that you always keep on eye on. For imports from the UK it always comes down to two for me: Arrow Video and Second Sight Films. Now Second Sight may not have the monthly output of Arrow, but you can rest assured that whatever they put on disc will be a stellar release. They first came to my attention with their RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD Blu. That disc is still my go to release of the film to watch as it’s the only place worldwide to hear the original theatrical soundtrack. Since then other highlights from the company have included the BASKET CASE TRILOGY, STREETS OF FIRE, and SUPER MARIO BROS. Try holding your breath and waiting for Disney to release that last one in a special edition here in the States.